Sizzling Summer Days

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Updated: 8/26/2013 5:38 pm
The sizzling days of summer are here!  Temperature and humidity will be rising through the week.  We will be right at or slightly above the 90 degree mark each day this week. Today we topped out at 88 degrees, but we will roll in a mild 68 for the overnight.  With WSW winds at 3-7 mph, warm and moist air will move in creating some patchy fog.  Light fog lasts through the early morning commute with dewpoints in the upper 60s and saturated air at the surface.  Your Tuesday will be mostly sunny across the Bluegrass, but northern and northeastern counties could face some isolated afternoon storms.  Widespread afternoon showers and T'Storms likely for central and eastern Kentucky by Wednesday afternoon with damaging winds and hail the likely threat.  We will be watching the heat index as it will feel like 95-100 degrees by Wednesday.
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